Utah football: 10 newcomers to watch for this season
Fall camp is about new beginnings. As the Utes try to separate themselves from last season’s difficult campaign, several new players have arrived on campus and bring with them hopes of ushering in a new era of success in the Pac-12. Although new Utes such as Brandon Cox, Uaea Masina, Davion Orphey and Harrison Handley all participated in spring football and gained valuable experience, fall camp will be the first exposure for several more key players to the rigors of major college football.
Many will have the opportunity to compete for playing time, while others may be forced to redshirt and wait for another chance to earn their way onto the field. Here we look at 10 newcomers that have a chance to make a name for themselves as fall camp begins.
Dan Sorensen is the Editor in Chief of UteZone.com, part of the Rivals.com network. He is a member of the Football Writers Association of America and Basketball Writers Association of America. Dan can be reached at email@example.com.
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